Once upon a time there were 10 suns in the sky, according to Chinese mythology. They would travel individually with their mother, goddess Xihe, until one day they decided to appear in the sky at the same time. The heat from the combined suns, however, was so immense that the father of the suns, Dijun, ordered each of them to behave. But they did not heed his warnings. So Dijun sent the archer Yi to shoot the suns away, killing nine of them and leaving only one.
Solar deities and sun worship can be found throughout most of history and solar deities have often been associated with the fertility of people and the earth. Many cultures around the world have interesting myths about the sun, reflecting its crucial importance in our lives.
- Single wick porcelain candle which comes with porcelain lid
- 22 carat gold hand applied sun print
- Ruby jasmine and fig notes which produce a warm earthy scent with a floral backdrop
- Hand poured with eco soy wax
- Burn time 45 hours+